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Date Posted: 10:16:19 01/08/03 Wed
Author: Jack
Subject: Maybe JACKSON at the point will work.
In reply to: BIG SAINT 's message, "MAYBE A JORDAN AT POINT WILL WORK?" on 09:07:42 01/08/03 Wed

I'm sick of trying to stick square pegs into round holes. It's not always about having your 5 most talented players on the court. We were 5-1 with JJ at the point. Now we're stuck with a roller coaster ride...nice games against Xavier and PC, stinkers against Delaware and MC. Blame the coach for tinkering with a good thing.

Also, as long as I'm back criticizing, I may as well take this last chance to slam the commish for not getting a *WIN* over a Big East team on national TV. Good job, boss. I'm sure all 28 viewers were impressed with Manhattan's win over Marist.

But just to show I'm not a total scrooge...J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!

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